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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When Hilde looks in the brass mirror, what does she see?
(a) The reflection blinking at her with both eyes.
(b) Her entire family.
(c) The Major.
(d) Herself, only bald.
2. How does Hilde feel about Alberto and Hilde trying to escape?
(a) She wants to stop them.
(b) She is angry and furious.
(c) She wants to aid them.
(d) She is unconcerned.
3. Why is it important the Major may not know the real meaning of his unconscious thoughts and desires?
(a) That makes Hilde able to lie to him.
(b) That makes him susceptible to a writing error.
(c) That allows him to do well at his job.
(d) That gives Alberto and Sophie a chance to escape.
4. What is practical reason, according to Kant?
(a) A degree of free will.
(b) The devil at play.
(c) God's trust in youth.
(d) The desire to cooperate.
5. Whom does Sophie meet in her travels?
(a) Diego and Dora.
(b) Bert and Ernie.
(c) Alice in Wonderland and Winnie the Pooh.
(d) Mighty Mouse.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Berkeley think all of our ideas originate?
2. Why does Sophie laugh at the Emperor?
3. According to Freud, why do women suffer from various neuroses?
4. On June 14th, what does Hermes say?
5. During the Romantic era, what could dramas be written about?
Short Essay Questions
1. To Hegel, truth is not a set thing, but something that changes. What do you think of this theory? Why?
2. In the Enlightenment period, there is an impulse toward mass education and cultural optimism. Do you see any traces of these beliefs in our culture today? How?
3. Was the point of view change in the story effective? Why?
4. Does Marx's idea of a classless society sound appealing? Why?
5. Was it odd when Sophie met Alice in Wonderland and Winnie the Pooh? Why or why not?
6. What is the importance of the party becoming the theater of the absurd?
7. Sartre believes that freedom is a sort of curse, because freedom forces Man to make choices without guidelines. Is this applicable to Sophie's life? How?
8. Why does Hilde get angry when her father orders her to finish the book before his return?
9. Kant looked at the individual's perception as most important. How is this theory applicable to Sophie?
10. Are Hilde's plans for her father well designed? Why?
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